>> the president said in that speech in d.c. yesterday, he said, quote, we are not and never will be at war with islam. again, a message he's been trying to convey all week. what kind of impact is that going to have? >> well, i think it has a big impact. i think the president at the end of the week was able successfully to weigh into this controversy about this florida pastor, get him to stand down, the koran will not be burned, and what would have been, you know, a small group of hate mungers but nevertheless the fear was it could have wider international implications. i think it is striking nine years later, that our leaders are confronted with anti-muslim sentiment in the country as a primary legacy of 9/11, yes, the war on terror is still being fought in a robust way around the world, yet even the president on friday made the point of saying it can not dominate america's foreign policy in the way it has over the past decade. >> david, reverend terry jones said yesterday on the show here, he will not burn korans not this weekend, not any time in the future, but has the damage already been done, both here and potentially abroad as well?